October Accident News
If you drive down I-75 or I-4 at any time of the day, you are bound to be next to or close to a large semi-truck or other kind of truck on the way. These massive vehicles can easily cause huge damage if they were to collide with you or another car. A large truck according to the NHTSA is any “medium or heavy truck excluding buses and motor homes with a gross vehicle weight rating greater than 10,000 pounds.
The AAA has some great advice on making the gas in your car’s tank last longer. For example, don’t slam on the accelerator when a green light comes. Unload weight, drive slower and remove your roof rack. Read how these simple changes affect the numbers here.
Kristin Babik is a 3L at UF Law School. When she went to Vegas for the weekend, she could never imagine the events that would unfold. Kristin was one of the hundreds of people shot by Stephen Paddock. She is expected to fully recover and can’t wait to become a criminal prosecutor. Read more on her story here.
Entering the courtroom for the first time can be as scary: terms you’ve never heard before, laying your side of a story out for strangers, and the fears that come with an untold ending of your case. Likewise, as you can imagine, when an attorney doesn’t know what’s around each corner or what skeletons might emerge from the closet, it can also be extremely frightful. Fortunately, to avoid such tales from the courtroom crypt, we’ve put together a list of tips to calm the nerves of all who get involved with a pending case.
Construction on the Howard Frankland Bridge is scheduled to start construction 2020. This includes more lanes, a structure strong enough for a light rail and a bicycle/pedestrian trail. Read all the plans here.